See Google’s leaked Pixel 4 design from every angle in this new video
Samsung's new Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ hit store shelves this Friday and Apple's big iPhone 11 announcement is set to take place less than three weeks from now on September 10th. OnePlus has a new OnePlus 7T series in the works and Huawei's upcoming Mate 30 Pro is set to be one of the most powerful Android phones the world has ever seen. On top of all that, Samsung's Galaxy Fold will finally be released next month — maybe — and the foldable Huawei Mate X will also go on sale before the year is done.
Believe it or not, the Pixel 4 leaks still haven't stopped ahead of. Best Buy Canada briefly (and has since pulled) a pre-order page for Google's new phones that confirmed numerous details. Both the regular Pixel 4 and its XL counterpart should have dual rear cameras (12-megapixel main and 16-megapixel telephoto), speedy and Snapdragon 855 processors with 6GB of RAM. It also alludes to as Quick Gestures and suggests you'll once again have a promo that offers unlimited full-quality photo and video uploads to Google Photos -- at least, .
Deluge of Pixel 4 photos confirms a few of the phone's key specs
If you thought the torrent of detailed Pixel 4 leaks was over, you have another thing coming. Vietnamese phone shop D Store Mobile has sent nearly two dozen photos of a pre-release Pixel 4 XL to The Verge that appear to confirm some of its previously rumored specs. Notably, the main rear camera will snap shots with a brighter f/1.73 aperture (versus f/1.8 on the Pixel 3). The telephoto camera's specs aren't available, but you can safely presume there will be improvements to low-light photos and some close-ups. Curiously, the camera app will apparently default to capturing 16:9 photos to fill the screen, rather than 4:3 photos to make the most of the sensor.
The pre-order page only allowed deposits on 64GB versions in black or white, although 128GB andPixel 4 models are expected. There wasn't any pricing or availability, so it's not clear how soon the phones will be available or if they'll carry a premium over the .
Best Buy's listing leaves a number of unknowns regarding the devices s. Willand other next-gen Google Assistant features be available at or soon after launch, for instance? The product page didn't mention these, but they're not necessarily off the table. Google may still have a few surprises left on the 15th, even if they aren't as many as the company might like.
Canada: Aircraft stuck on tarmac, pilot orders pizzas to comfort
passengers The aircraft remained nailed on the snow-covered tarmac for nearly eight hours
An Air Canada airline pilot ordered 23 pizzas for passengers on his plane. The aircraft remained on the tarmac for almost eight hours because of the snow, reportsFirst .
Flight 608 left Toronto on Monday for Halifax but the weather forced the aircraft to land in the city of Fredericton. After several hours, the pilot had the great idea of ordering pizzas to cheer up travelers. Jofee Larivée, director of the restaurant and pub Minglers in Oromocto, was very surprised and amused by this unusual order. She said they had never delivered pizza to anaircraft and that [his team] had laughed at it all night.
On tarmac in Fredericton on flight # 608 flight from HALIFAX PIZZA had arrived!- Bill Karsten (@bill_karsten) Pilots get their hands on
The 23pizzas filled with cheese and pepperoni were prepared in one hour. They were received at the departure gates. "It was something that could have been very stressful [but the pilot] made things a lot easier," Philomena Hughes, a female passenger, told CNN. "Everyone helped. There were some Air Canada Jazz pilots who were traveling on the plane and they helped pick up the pizzas and distribute them. Everyone participated, so the pilot did not want all the credit to come back to her, "she added.
Pixel 4 vs. the competition: The camera battle intensifies .
It's been yet another Pixel phone launch preceded by a ton of leaks, but we're still glad to see the official unveiling of Google's latest flagship. This 5.7-inch device may only have two rear cameras, but the software's been refined even further to include better Night Sight and HDR+. That's to be expected in the wake of more intense competition on the camera front from Samsung and Apple. To see exactly how this specs battle is shaking out, check out the table below, and stay tuned for our full review of the Pixel 4 later this month.Pixel 4iPhone 11 ProGalaxy Note 10Galaxy S10Pricing$799 / $899$999 / $1149 / $1349$949 / $1,049starts at $900Dimensions147.